The show is always rightly praised for its humor, acting, characters and situations -- not the stories. In this overall OK episode, the story is pretty weak and unbelievable. Two women run an online, legal, sexual video chat site while their military husbands are away on duty, and in nine months make a half million dollars. Fine. The unbelievable part: why would the women fight because one of them wants to "confess" to her husband and leave the business? The other woman should be happy to have the business for herself, or she could get a new recruit. It also seemed unbelievable that the two women could let the half million pile up in the web master's bank account. The detecting-evidence chain is often very chancy: here one of the villains makes an off-hand comment about what an action figure "doll" would be worth in an internet auction, and later when the team wants to find him they check on the online auction and find that he currently listed that very item! Boy! Another peculiar thing about the show is the way timing and luck always favor the team -- here, in true NCIS fashion, Gibbs arrives at the very second just as the marine husband is about to kill the philandering neighbor, and Tony and Ziva walk by Jamie just as she is vacating the hotel after killing the web master.
(Some of It could though be explained as follows, torturous as it would be: Leanne was going to tell her husband, who might have told Jamie's husband, so the girls fought and Leanne was killed, so Jamie pretended to be murdered and fled to escape prosecution.)